You have learned a good bit about user interface controls already. You have learned how to provide audio or text equivalents, make them keyboard accessible, get the tab order and reading order correct and maintain focus. Time to pull these all together and add a few more specifics about good user interface controls. This lesson covers how to ensure forms are accessible, including grouping controls, error messages, instructions, field constraints and other topics related to how user interface controls should work together.
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